Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy



I grew up with being told stories all about my father’s people. My father, Cecil Atkins Broach, was the oldest son of seven children — six sons and one daughter. My father was born in 1901 and died two years ago at the age of 93 1/2 years. He was able to give me information back into the 1700s on his Broach line. He always had a gift for memory. He reminded me of the Indians who tell their ancestry by word of mouth from generation to generation. He grew up with many relatives nearby who influenced him. My father had a love of his ancestors. When he reached age 90, having a sense of humor, he told me that he was now worshipping his ancestors as they had given him the genes of long life. for more click here

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